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Lindy Johnson, a leader in the advancement of the architecture profession, has been rewarded for her extensive efforts by the Australian Institute of Architects’ Queensland Chapter, awarded the 2024 President's Prize.
Brad Wood, GHD Growth Leader – Brisbane 2032 Games, has been appointed as co-chair of the Infrastructure Association of Queensland (IAQ) 2032 Games Taskforce.
Architectural studio TURNER is collaborating with emerging Kungarakan artist and designer Toby Bishop and his public art practice, Yukupin on a series of commissions using the built environment as a canvas for Indigenous storytelling.
The Australian Institute of Architects’ QLD Chapter has a new President, with Brisbane native Russell Hall taking the mantle from the Gold Coast’s Amy Degenhart after a 12 month period.
Fender Katsalidis Partner Rob Mirams’ unique skillset will be utilised by the Urban Development Institute of Australia’s (UDIA) NSW chapter, confirmed as an appointment to the Institute’s Transport-oriented Development and Local Town Centres committee.
The Australian Institute of Architects have announced the winners of the 2024 Dulux Study Tour, with five budding architects having their tickets booked for a world tour in June.
Arcadia’s rapidly expanding influence on Victoria’s built and natural environment has been enhanced further with the announcement of a new Geelong studio and its third Principal in Victoria, Elly Russell.
The work Visnja Brdar is headed to the Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA), as the New York-based, Australian born designer brings her Visnja Brdar: Design Exalted exhibition to the gallery.
Emma Williamson has been officially unveiled as Western Australia’s new Government Architect, tasked with providing design leadership and strategic advice to enhance the state’s built environment as she succeeds Rebecca Moore after three years of service.
Grimshaw’s new Sustainability Lead David Ritter will oversee the practice’s net zero carbon and regenerative design commitments across Australia and New Zealand, with the aim of evolving and growing its sustainable expertise.
The University of Notre Dame’s Laura Eden is the winner of the NATSPEC 2023 Student Prize, with her ‘Kayak Store On The Swan River’ submission winning over the judges for its “depth of research and clarity of application”.
Eminent architect and urbanist Helen Lochhead has been celebrated amongst the 2024 Australia Day Honours List, awarded an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) in recognition of her exceptional contributions to architecture, urban design, education, and professional organisations.